RIVER NETWORK have been running a successful Youth Work in partnership with Friends of Hurst Farm Community Centre, local Qualified and trained Youth Workers, and supported by local MP Sarah Dines.
For the last two years, Saint Giles Church Matlock have given a sum of money to help with the Christmas party at the youth club on Hurst Farm. This has been in the region of £180. This year they have contributed £190 this is going to make the Christmas party very special.
Revd. Benedict Mark Crowther-Alwyn
Rector of Saint Giles Matlock, Dethick, Lea and Holloway Says
“ With every good wish for Advent and Christmas from Mark”
Terry Eckersley another local Minister and CEO says “this is the true Spirit of Christmas, generosity and partnership working together for the goodwill towards everyone in our communities”
For more volunteering & donation opportunities information see www.rivernetworkcharity.org.uk